The North Face Verto Pro Jacket

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Whether you're peak-bagging in Colorado or ski mountaineering in the California Sierras, The North Face Verto Pro Jacket for men will keep you warm and protected from the fierce mountain elements. This soft shell jacket is extremely lightweight, tipping the scale at just 5.6 ounces, and it's made with incredibly durable Pertex Quantum GL ripstop nylon fabric with Gore Windstopper technology. Windstopper 2L reinforces the fabric across the shoulders, elbows, chest and hood to protect these susceptible areas from icy mountain blasts and abrasion. Elastic-bound hem, cuffs and hood provide a comfortable, snug fit and help to seal out the chilly drafts, without restricting your movement. The Verto Pro Jacket's fit is climbing-specific, compatible with your harness or pack, and when you're off the summit ridge, you can shed the jacket and compress it into its own zippered chest pocket and clip it to your harness or stow it in your backpack for easy transport.

- Altrec Outlet

Enhanced with Gore Windstopper at the elbows, shoulders, chest, and hood for weather protection and durability, The North Face Verto Pro Jacket will shield you against bone-chilling wind while climbing at high altitudes.


On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Verto Pro Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Men's Verto Pro Jacket Rock climbing Waterproof HyVent fabric across the elbows, shoulders and hood protects against weather and abrasion Windproof nylon ripstop taffeta in the body has weather-resistant finish Elastic-bound hem, cuff and hood Zippered chest pocket doubles as a compressible stow pouch SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Verto Pro Jacket Average Weight: 5.8 oz / 164 g Center Back Length: 28in. Body: 15D 32 g/m2 100% nylon ripstop with DWR Hood/Shoulders/Sleeves: 15D 61 g/m2 HyVent 2.5 layer- 100% nylon ripstop This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

An awesome men's jacket for climbing or other sports, The North Face Verto Pro provides ultimate protection and comfort outdoors. Shield yourself against bone-chilling wind while climbing at high altitudes with this lightweight, windproof outer layer. Featherweight, yet incredibly durable, Pertex Quantum GL ripstop nylon is reinforced with rugged Gore Windstopper 2L across the shoulders, upper chest, and hood for additional protection against abrasion. Elastic bound hem, cuff, and hood stay in place without digging in or restricting movement. Zippered chest pocket doubles as a stow pouch that can be clipped to a harness. Elastic-bound hem, cuff and hood. Zippered chest pocket doubles as compressible stow pouch. Summit Series Verto Climb Collection has a climbing-specific fit designed for vertical movement. Summit Series Collection is harness and pack-compatible. Toss on a North Face Verto Jacket for all-weather protection during exposed climbs or other foul-weather activities. Color: Nautical Blue. Fabric: 10D 25 g/m2 Pertex Quantum GL - 100% micro-ripstop nylon; 20D 58 g/m2 GORE WINDSTOPPER 2L - 100% micro-ripstop nylon. Avg Weight: 5.6 oz (160 g). Length from Center Back (in): 28. Guarantee: Lifetime Warranty. Made in China

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Don't let a little rain shower spoil your multipitch climb. The North Face Verto Pro ultralight wind jacket for men features a windproof body and waterproof fabric on the hood, shoulders and arms.


The North Face Verto Pro Jacket

previously retailed for:
$73.83 - $199.00

The North Face Verto Pro Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2015 at EMS.

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